Thank you for the response. yes I have seen bits and pieces but as I said, it seems a fools errand to try it that way.
Oh I know the level wind will be impossible but that's fine too.
We all get different satisfactions out of this hobby. Be it, restoring or driving, or showing or having you vehicle judged. Many more. For me the biggest thrill is the hunt. I seem to be drawn like a moth to the flame when someone tells me "you will never find that!"
There are some things I have been looking for over a period of years with no luck (yet)
But I do find stuff when I stay at it. The latest was a sealed NOS kit that converted MBs and GPWs to a 12V system for radio use. Not cheap either, but I have it! _________________ 1952 Dodge M37, 1942 MB script, 1948 FrankenJeep CJ2A/M38, 1951 M38, !942 WC-57 Command Car Undergoing factory original restoration, 1944 WC-51 Weapons , (2) M1941 Sperry 60" Anti-Aircraft Searchlight, John Deere M-gators
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It took me awhile to find all the parts to my winch setup. It started with the winch itself which was attached to a cj5, they I found a pto on craigslist, then another that came with the hanger bearing, so I sold the extra one, they I had a winch frame made. It was fun tracking down all the parts.
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